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:: in February 27, 2014 :: in Blog :: 2 comments

There was quite an interesting Internet hit lately – the “discovery” and recording (!) a song written in notes on the buttocks of a condemned sinner on the left wing of famous triptych by Hieronymus Bosch, called “The Garden of Earthly Delights”. Let’s have a look at this – although…

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Monographic Lectures

:: in February 25, 2014 :: in Lectures :: 0 comments

Monographic Lectures are dedicated exclusively to particular masterpieces, they are usually prepared by me for the conferences or single meetings: 1. Belles Heures of Duke de Berry – famous manuscript decorated by Limbourg Brothers. 2. Roman de la Rose – the manuscript kept in Czartoryski Library in Cracow. 3.  MS….

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The Iconography

:: in February 25, 2014 :: in Lectures :: 0 comments

The lectures about the iconography focus on the development of particular motives in European Art. Most of them concentrate on religious art – different depictions of Christ, Virgin Mary, Trinity, Christ’s Childhood and Passion, the Creation of the World, as well as the meaning of symbols like animals, colors or…

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This is not Venus!

:: in February 21, 2014 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

The painting by Titian, known as  “Venus of Urbino”, was created in 1538 and is now kept in Ufizzi Gallery in Florence, Italy. It is one of the most famous paintings of European art and also it is one of the most erotic masterpieces. And the scholars still argue about…

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